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Biafra, Jello with the Melvins / Never Breathe What You Cant See
Album:Never Breathe What You Cant See Collection:General
Artist:Biafra, Jello with the Melvins Added:10/2004
Label:Alternative Tentacles Records 

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Add Date:2004-10-25 Pull Date:2004-12-27 Charts:Loud
Week Ending:2 Jan26 Dec19 Dec12 Dec5 Dec28 Nov21 Nov14 Nov
Airplays:13422332

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Mcgruff the Crime Dog
4.Dec 29, 2004:UK
Yuppie Cadillac
2.May 05, 2005:Happy Hour
Islamic Bomb
5.Dec 28, 2004:"In Your Ear..." In the Wee Hours of the Morning for One Night Only...
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3.Jan 03, 2005:Mishmash
Dawn of the Locusts
6.Dec 27, 2004:FloodOTunes
Dawn of the Locusts

Album Review
Your Imaginary Friend
Reviewed 2004-10-18 
Jello Biafra (the intelligent voice behind the Dead Kennedys, Lard, solo spoken word etc) turns up singing lead with The Melvins of all things, who unabashedly demonstrate their roots in cock rock and classic rockisms. And it sounds good, oh so good, like only the Melvins can make basic rock/punk sound, the way they influenced a young Cobain to follow the white light, white heat, of rock and FUCKING roll… ahem. Well, yes, this is basic rock and roll with uber intelligent lyrics by Jello Biafra, covering all the issues of the day, from SUV to nuclear to right wing Christian proliferation. Did I say this is good? Really good???! Dedicated to Wesley Willis to top it off.

1) FCC “titties. 2/4 punky turns basic rock, fairly straightforward “rock”
2) driving rock, fear is good for the economy, bad for drugs, thanks ossama bin laden!…
3) cock rock ultimate ode to the SUV, play this one unless you drive one
4) spy jazz upbeat jazz/rock with intelligent commentary on nuclear proliferation and Iraq/middle east
5) upbeat rock, old school punk/metal roots, with commentary about airport screeners, searchers
6) head nodding rock with great commentary on religious fucking nuts, ashcrack, you know the drill…
7) real basic 70’s rock spirit, Jello gets confessional, okay…
8) some ripping music (finally!), kick ass, a call to prank, feels like they finally break out for the last song, yay

Track Listing
1.Plethysmograph 5.The Lighter Side Of Global Terrorism
2.Mcgruff the Crime Dog 6.Caped Crusader
3.Yuppie Cadillac 7.Enchanted Thoughtfist
4.Islamic Bomb 8.Dawn of the Locusts